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(Originally published at on December 25, 2020)

You can never say that I don’t try out new things here at Degrees of Maternity. And just to prove my point, I’ve decided to try my hand at a brand-new blogging series about . . . BLOGGING. Whoo hoo! I’m actually very excited about this one and have quite a bit that I can share with you since I’ve been on this journey for 2 full years and some change. It’s been quite the ride and I’m encouraged every day to keep traveling this path to see what’s over the hill and around the blogging bend.

Let me just say that these series of posts will be therapeutic for me and hopefully helpful to you. Why? Well, I intend to talk about the whole truth and nothing but when it comes to these blogging truth sessions. They’re going to be those “real talk” discussions that may hit on the not so glamorous side of blogging and content creation, in general.

So, kick back, relax, and enjoy my baby rants. They’ll be good for an entertaining chuckle or two (or at the least, a head nod). And if you find yourself talking to your computer screen as you read along, it’s just your inner man or woman relating to the words on the page. I’m sure some of the blogging scenarios will be just as real to you as they’ve been to me.

I’d be very honored if you’d join me next Friday for the first installment of this new series. No truth serum is needed. I’m full of blogging truths and ready to freely pour them out. Until then . . .


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Welcome to the life lessons of Jana Williams, the wife of a wonderful husband and mother of three awe-inspiring children who are the motivation for what you will read in my blog, Degrees of Maternity. I am a former Human Resources Professional with a proven record in the delivery of quality customer service and administrative support for over ten years in industries such as education, medical, and aircraft. My areas of expertise include call center customer support, information systems support, company policy administration, compensation, benefits administration, and virtual school instruction. After receiving both a bachelor's and master's degree in Business Administration and working for various companies and organizations for over fifteen years, I had the opportunity to homeschool my youngest child for two years. Once my son returned to public school, I decided to put together the knowledge I have gained as a workplace professional and mother and create Degrees of Maternity. Through this blog, I have managed to combine two areas of focus that I am extremely passionate about (writing and my role as a mother). My ultimate goal is to provide beneficial hints, tips, suggestions, reflections, and product offerings related to education, family relationships, personal/professional development, and health and wellness...all from a mother's perspective.

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